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Keri Andrews
I Can’t – Resin

Keri has aphasia resulting from a stroke she suffered in 2017. While her intellect remains, aphasia limits her ability to express and understand verbal, written, and other forms of communication. Keri has worked to recover her communication abilities and has found renewed purpose in expressing herself through art and music.

Keri’s piece uses layered resins and imagery to create a window into how Keri experiences the world. A world where simple concepts easily understood or expressed look and sound more like a foreign language. It is a reflection of Keri’s effort to bring the rich ideas, stories, and feelings occupying her mind into the world in a form that allows her to be understood and connect with others.

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